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unveiling of a vietnam memorial honoring soldiers. john sasaki was there where hundreds paid to pay respects for those who made the ultimate sacrifice. >> reporter: all the way over to xavier, this new memorial holds the nails of the 142 sons of san jose who paid the ultimate price during the vietnam war. hundreds game together near hp pavilion to honor the men from san jose who died in vietnam. a dramatic tribute, a helicopter flew over the new vietnam memorial. one of those who died was 20- year-old kenneth dahl his sister was here and honoring her brother and jason hall. p who was killed on -- hall, who was killed on 911. >> i'm so proud of them. i miss them. so proud of their service to our country. >> happy to see it, as a vietnam veteran myself, it's important to honor those who served during the era. >> there has been a steady stream of people stopping by to pay attention to, to honor and really appreciate the message here at this memorial. live in san jose, i'm john sasaki, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> it's a service held for centuries at the vatican but pope francis is making some chang
in the south bay to honor those killed during had a war. ktvu's john sasaki was in san josi, where soldiers' families told him about the importance of that monument. >> reporter: in dramatic tribute a vietnam- error helicopter flew over the any san josi vietnam memorial. >> it's important to acknowledge the service and sacrifice of the men and women who served during that era. >> reporter: hundreds came together to honor the 142 men known as the sons of san josi. >> who sacrificed their lives fighting for the freedom and ideas of our country. >> reporter: the crowd was moved as the memorial was unveiled. then all the names were honored individually. >> lance corporal steven walters, jr.. marine corps. >> one of those who died was 20-year-old kenneth dahl and his sister was there honoring both him and their brother jason dahl the captain the united 93 that crashed in pennsylvania on 9/11. >> i'm so proud of both of them. it's been over the years, i'm so proud of their service to our country. >> reporter: what do you think? >> you just don't think about it, you feel it. >> reporter: aft
in vallejo today. lockdown after a report of a man with a rifle. ktvu's john sasaki tells us why the reported gunman was familiar to police, and why his death is still a mystery. >> reporter: a conflict between police and a man with a gun has shattered the peace in vallejo today. >> the hard, there's a whole bunch of shots. >> reporter: this started when police received calls of a man with a rifle standing outside of a house on illinois street. >> i know the man, very nice people. >> officers rushed to the scene, including from surrounding agencies, locked out the area, and started negotiating with the man. >> as we were working on this, and trying to get him to give up peacefully, he came to the front of the residence, broke a window out with a shotgun and pointed it at the officers. the officers fired on the man. >> we heard police on the bull horn outside. i looked out the window, and seen all the police and the commotion. they let off like 50, 60 rounds. >> reporter: that woman says she just moved in across the street three weeks ago after leaving west oakland. >> why did you leave west o
with a rifle. ktvu's john sasaki tells us why the reported gunman was familiar to police, and why his death is still a mystery. >> reporter: a conflict between police and a man with a gun has shattered the peace in vallejo today. >> the hard, there's a whole bunch of shots. >> reporter: this started when police received calls of a man with a rifle standing outside of a house on illinois street. >> i know the man, very nice people. >> officers rushed to the scene, including from surrounding agencies, locked out the area, and started negotiating with the man. >> as we were working on this, and trying to get him to give up peacefully, he came to the front of the residence, broke a window out with a shotgun and pointed it at the officers. the officers fired on the man. >> we heard police on the bull horn outside. i looked out the window, and seen all the police and the commotion. they let off like 50, 60 rounds. >> reporter: that woman says she just moved in across the street three weeks ago after leaving west oakland. >> why did you leave west oakland? >> for a better place to live for my kids
is facing probation from the ncaa. john sasaki is live with how it all stems from free shoes for certain students. john? >> reporter: this school community is disappointed in today's news. it is all laid out in this report from the ncaa, which shows what the st. mary's basketball team did wrong and the punishment it faces. st. mary's college is a catholic school, which today confessed to committing ncaa violations. >> i take full possibility for any, any missteps. >> reporter: the school announced that its basketball team has been sanctioned for the actions of a former assistant coach. >> we have been fully cooperating with the ncaa for over two years on this investigation. >> reporter: the athletic director explained the violations were committed by assistant coach keith moss, who resigned in 2009. >> arranging for housing and providing, you know, smaller benefits such as shoes and workout gear to a prospective student athlete. >> reporter: the school was also penalized for not monitoring the coach's actions closely enough. the penalties include the loss of two scholarships and head coa
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6 (some duplicates have been removed)